Baylee was born on November 11, 2009 at the Police Dog Services Training Centre located in Innisfail, Alta. She was posted to the Integrated Halifax Regional Police K-9/RCMP Police Dog Services Dog Section in Halifax, N.S. She covered all of the Halifax Regional Municipality from downtown Halifax to Sheet Harbour.
In Baylee’s seven years of service, she attended 3,100 calls, travelled 424 km on 386 tracks and ate 132 cheeseburgers – one for every suspect and missing person she located! Outside of her everyday calls for service she attended high-profile protests, participated in several VIP sweeps for dignitaries and royalty, and received the Bamsey Award for her assistance during the Moncton, N.B. shooting that took the lives of three RCMP officers.
Baylee semi-retired in July 2018 but still assists with teaching and demonstrations at RCMP Training Academy (Depot) a couple times a month in her new hometown, Regina, Sask.